How to boost your body’s natural collagen production.

In a previous article we came to the conclusion that collagen supplements are a tad too hypeish for us to recommend them, instead, we would rather you enhance your body’s natural collagen production. It is one of the basic building blocks of bones, skin, hair, muscles, tendons and ligaments in your body. To maintain our skin plump and youthful, collagen keeps our hair and joints functioning properly.

Here are our top 3 ways to naturally boost collagen in your body today!

Topical Retinol

It has been clinically shown that topical treatments like retinol and tretinoin increase collagen production. The collagen in your skin is damaged by inflammation, which antioxidants such as vitamin C help counteract.

People are more likely to benefit from retinol or vitamin C skin care products than from a collagen lotion, based on what we know today.

Apply Aloe vera gel or consume the plant.

Consuming aloe vera increases the formation of hyaluronic acid and collagen, according to a new study. Also, facial creases were significantly reduced. Aloe appears to truly boost the growth of the proper cells. Aloe-containing skin care products may be very beneficial to you. A topical cream or an oral supplement can be used. Aloe vera can also be found in numerous Asian desserts or as a delicious juice.

Get your Vitamin C

Hyaluronic acid is synthesized using vitamin C, which is essential. This substance is claimed for its ability to speed up the healing process and ease aching joints. Foods containing hyaluronic acid will not be as beneficial to your health if you don’t get enough vitamin C. The vitamin C content of fruits and vegetables such as strawberries and oranges is high. Other foods that are high in vitamin C include kale and broccoli. Drugstores sell concentrated hyaluronic acid.


Collagen-containing body creams, lotions, medicinal ointments, and moisturizers have been touted as collagen boosters for years. As a matter of fact, collagen molecules are too large to pass through the skin’s lower layers.

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